Journalist/author Christian Parenti analyzes the underlying causes of the Iraq war and reports on meetings with those resisting the US occupation. Please help get this video aired on your local community access television. See IraqEyewitness.org for more information about this series and to have DVDs mailed to the station. Thank you for your help. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Iraq, Parenti, unembedded, eyewitness
Peter Coyote interviews Sean Penn from his home in Marin County, CA. Mr. Penn describes his trip to Iraq and how it has affected him as an American citizen, as an artist, and as a father. The program will include other eyewitnesses such as Scott Ritter, former U.N. weapons inspector, Dennis Halliday, former head of the U.N Oil-for-Food program, and a selection of freelance and staff reporters from mainstream and alternative media. Topics: linkshorts, TAO, Peter Coyote, Sean Penn, Iraq, War
In The Cost of War, Iraq war veterans recount their views prior to deployment, their experiences in Iraq, and how those experiences changed them. Families and loved ones of those called on to fight in Iraq recount how the experiences of their loved ones have affected those they left behind.
byProducer Robert May, Executive Producer Chuck Lacy
In March 2004, just as the insurgent movement strengthened, several members of one National Guard unit arrived in Iraq, carrying digital video cameras. THE WAR TAPES is the movie they made with Director Deborah Scranton and a team of award-winning filmmakers. ItÂs the first war movie filmed by soldiers themselves on the front lines in Iraq. THE WAR TAPES follows three men: Sergeant Steve Pink, Sergeant Zack Bazzi, and Specialist Mike Moriarty. Steve is a young carpenter with a dark, irreverent... Topic: Iraq, soldiers, war
1st Cavalry Division truck driver Brian Clement, from Gardner, Maine, relates his experiences in Iraq from March 2004 to March 2005; illustrated with personal video segments filmed in Iraq. Please help get this video aired on your local community access television. See IraqEyewitness.org for more information about this series and to have DVDs mailed to the station. Thank you for your help. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Iraq, veteran, eyewitness, interview, Brian Clement